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[movies]Serendipity Machine - NASA
Examines how NASA technologies help with everyday life. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC.
Keywords: NASA; technology
Downloads: 342
[movies]Space Works, Episode 5 - NASA; Lewis Research Center
Information about some of NASA's activities is included in four 30 minute episodes. Six topics are discussed in Episode 5: unistick vehicle controller to help the handicapped, the world's most powerful computer, a plane which changes the shape of its wings during flight, the space shuttle, testing water from space and four great observatories. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC.
Keywords: NASA; aviation; technology
Downloads: 160
[movies]Benefits From Beyond : Tools That Heal - NASA
Dr James “Red” Duke discusses how technologies developed for the space program are being used in everyday medicine. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC.
Keywords: NASA; medical technology
Downloads: 475
[movies]Productivity - Key To Plenty - J Frederic Dewhurst; Twentieth Century Fund.; Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, inc.
A compilation of live footage, staged scenes and animation discussing the rise of the U.S. standard of living as it is tied to the rise of productivity--comparison of man hour earnings in 1850 ($ .27) to 1900 ($ .56) to 1949 ($1.40). An argument for the appreciation of "the American Way" by not standing in the way of increased productivity through the use of machines.
Keywords: productivity; technology; work; standard of living
Downloads: 1,327
[movies]NASA KSNN - E-Mail - NASA; Langley Research Center
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining how email works.
Keywords: NASA; KSNN; Email; Technology; Computer; Message; Server; Send; Receive; Post Office; Electronically
Downloads: 228
[movies]NASA KSNN - Aircraft Noise - NASA; Langley Research Center
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining what NASA is doing about airplane noise.
Keywords: NASA; KSNN; Sound; Wave; Amplitude; Airplane Noise; Active Noise Control; Engine; Slats; Flaps; Landing Gear; Technology
Downloads: 373
[movies]NASA KSNN - Boiling Fluids - NASA; Langley Research Center
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining why NASA is boiling foods in space.
Keywords: NASA; KSNN; Boil; Microgravity; Bubble; Vapor; Convection; Buoyancy; Dense; Weightless; Experiment; Space; Technology; Energy Transfer
Downloads: 228
[movies]NASA KSNN - CDs - NASA; Langley Research Center
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining the technology of CDs.
Keywords: NASA; KSNN; Sound; Digital Code; CD; Technology; Music; Laser Beam; Pits; Micron; Track
Downloads: 257
[movies]ORIGINS Of Modern Society - Walter G. Vincenti
"Walter G. Vincenti...peers behind some popular myths about Thomas Edison, whose work profoundly shaped the character of the 20th-century technology.   We learn Why Edisons greatest invention was not the electric light...but rather the electric lighting system....offers fascinating insights into the significance of the life and work of Americas greatest inventor. 
Keywords: vhs; Modern Technology; Capstone Lectures
Downloads: 59
[movies]NASA KSNN - Nanotechnology - NASA; Langley Research Center
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining what nanotechnology does.
Keywords: NASA; KSNN; Nano; Nanotechnology; Billionth; Nanometer; Computers; Technology; Nanorobots; Scientists; Ozone Layer; Nano Technology; Cancer; Cells
Downloads: 497
[movies]DC-X - The Future is Now! - McDonnell Douglas
Introduction to the Delta Clipper Experimental (DC-X) reusable launch vehicle test project. It was initiated by the U.S. Air Force's Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO) and built by McDonnell Douglas corporation. This is a test article for a fully Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) to send people and payloads to Low Earth Orbit (LEO). The DC-X was part of SDIO's Single Stage To Orbit (SSTO) program...
Keywords: vhs; DCX; DC-X; Delta Clipper; Delta Clipper Experimental; DC-XA; rocket; rocketship; spaceship; rocket ship; McDonnell Douglas; aerospace; space; experiment; SDIO; Strategic Defense Initiative Organization; Pete Conrad; astronaut; NASA; commercial space; private space; space travel; The Future is Now; Rick Tumlinson; Morningstar Media; Space Frontier Foundation; Single Stage to Orbit; SSTO; Reusable Launch Vehicle; RLV; Single Stage Rocket Technology; SSRT; military; commercial; cheap access to space; CATS; US Air Force; USAF; USA; Low Earth Orbit; LEO; Vertical Take Off and Landing; VTOL; Proof of Concept; Delta Clipper
Downloads: 188
[movies]Reusable Launch Vehicle - McDonnell Douglas
Narrated by Apollo 12 astronaut and DC-X flight manager Pete Conrad, this is an introduction to the Delta Clipper Experimental (DC-X) reusable launch vehicle test project. It was initiated by the U.S. Air Force's Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO) and built by McDonnell Douglas corporation. This is a test article for a fully Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) to send people and payloads to Low Earth Orbit (LEO)...
Keywords: vhs; DCX; DC-X; Delta Clipper; Delta Clipper Experimental; DC-XA; rocket; rocketship; spaceship; rocket ship; McDonnell Douglas; aerospace; space; experiment; SDIO; Strategic Defense Initiative Organization; Pete Conrad; astronaut; NASA; commercial space; private space; space travel; The Future is Now; Rick Tumlinson; Morningstar Media; Space Frontier Foundation; Single Stage to Orbit; SSTO; Reusable Launch Vehicle; RLV; Single Stage Rocket Technology; SSRT; military; commercial; cheap access to space; CATS; US Air Force; USAF; USA; Low Earth Orbit; LEO; Vertical Take Off and Landing; VTOL; Pete Conrad; August 1993- July1995
Downloads: 131
[movies]Space Access Society 1996 - Space Access Society
A detailed compilation of Delta Clipper Experimental (DC-X) and X-33 Reusable Test Vehicle (RTV) videos by the Space Access Society in 1996. Each video is preceded by description text. The DC-X project was an experiment in reusable rocketry. It was the first Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) rocket vehicle to fly multiple times, with the goal of making future Single Stage To Orbit rockets to fly to space cheaply and reliably...
Keywords: vhs; DCX; DC-X; Delta Clipper; Delta Clipper Experimental; DC-XA; rocket; rocketship; spaceship; rocket ship; McDonnell Douglas; aerospace; space; experiment; SDIO; Strategic Defense Initiative Organization; Pete Conrad; astronaut; NASA; commercial space; private space; space travel; The Future is Now; Rick Tumlinson; Morningstar Media; Space Frontier Foundation; Single Stage to Orbit; SSTO; Reusable Launch Vehicle; RLV; Single Stage Rocket Technology; SSRT; military; commercial; cheap access to space; CATS; US Air Force; USAF; USA; Low Earth Orbit; LEO; Vertical Take Off and Landing; VTOL; RTV
Downloads: 228
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